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“The Emotions of Protest”

At Needham Free Library September 2021, Photography by Samuel Williams
2_The Huddle
1_Question
33_Demand
32_Respond
31_Resist
30_Watchman
29_Step Up
28_Ride Out
27_Sage
26_Blessings
25_Joy
24_Hero
23_History's House (Harriets)
22_Care
21_Together
20_Revolution
19_Power
18_Justice For All
17_Preach
16_Fill the streets
15_Chess
14_Fear
13_Hope
12_Parkstreets
11_Grove Hall
10_Mood
9_March
8_Fist
7_Common Law
6_The Word
5_Ready
3_Empathy
4_Healer
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Connect with the Artist: sam@nineacrephoto.com

Samuel Williams

Artist Statement

“The Emotions of Protest”

Join photographer Samuel Williams on his journey with the Black Lives Matter movement throughout the Boston area during the summer and fall of 2020 in this online exhibit. Mr. Williams uses a square format film camera to capture, in great detail, people coming together to raise their voices for racial justice in response to the death of George Floyd and systemic racism.

His photo exhibit embodies the passions of those involved in social protest with portraits of adults and children, wide crowd shots, and details of critical moments in the days and nights of protest in and around Boston.


Please complete and submit an application. It may be found by clicking on the link above. The application must be returned to Gay Ellen Dennett, along with an example of the work (website, photos, disc with artwork on it, etc) for consideration by the Art Committee. For further inquiries, please contact Gay Ellen Dennett at 781-455-7559 x 223.

Art Gallery Forms (PDF)